25101/3113 The Esplanade, Surfers Paradise is set to go to auction on January 28. It comes with a set of draftsman’s drawings. Perfect for boaties or fishermen.An original renovated and elevated beach home in Burleigh will be sold with a set of draftsman’s drawings. It’s ideal for “savvy” local or interstate investors, according to the property listing. 2490 The Parkway, Sanctuary Cove comes with a golf buggy for $1.149 million.FROM a new golf buggy to luxury furniture — some Gold Coast vendors are including surprise features in listings in a bid to get properties across the dotted line.Set in golfing community epicentre Sanctuary Cove, the property fits golf fans to a tee — and that’s before the extra inclusion. 113 George St, Burleigh Heads is listed via an expressions of interest campaign. The sale will also include the furniture.The $1.149 million price tag includes a brand new, two-seater golf buggy.The three-bedroom, three-bathroom residence overlooks one of the area’s two golf courses and has garaging for two cars and the buggy. Inside features a modern design including neutral decor, charcoal carpets, and travertine flooring.If playing on the water is more your style, a boutique Runaway Bay apartment comes with a marina pontoon. Unit 8 also has two large bedrooms with water views, an open style lounge, a roof top terrace and a well-appointed kitchen with walk-in pantry and island bar. 8/32 Oatland Esplanade, Runaway Bay is on the market for $1.295 million.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours ago The buyer could collaborate with an architect to redesign.“Purchase to develop or purchase to invest as this dual occupancy home and income producing property will earn you a tidy return while you collaborate with your architect to design that dream home with those never to be built out views,” the listing states.As is, the five-bedroom home is full of coastal charm and open plan living spaces.The sub penthouse of the Hilton has hit the market, and it comes complete with the Hilton furniture package. If buyers aren’t sold on the included furniture package, the views might seal the deal.The 51st floor apartment also offers ocean, city, river and mountain views through its floor to ceiling glass windows, and residents have access to the hotel’s facilities including four pools, a spa, sauna, gym, bar and theatre.
“He was very tired after he came home from Ascot. As everyone knows it was a bit of a rush to get him there anyway and he ran his heart out on the day. “He’s in good form now again now, though. He worked on the racecourse at the Curragh on Monday morning as they’d had a bit of rain and it was beautiful ground. “We’d like to get to the Arc and we just think to run at York and then Leopardstown and then go to Longchamp would be a fair bit of racing in a short space of time. “I think he’ll probably stay in the York race at the five-day stage, just in case it cuts up and the likes of Golden Horn and Gleneagles come out, but at the moment it looks like we’ll wait for the autumn.” Press Association Aidan O’Brien has his fingers firmly crossed York escapes most of the rain that could hit the Knavesmire later in the week as dual 2000 Guineas hero Gleneagles prepares for the Juddmonte International. O’Brien said: “I’m delighted the lads have agreed to let him take his chance and we’ll learn a lot about him. “Hopefully they won’t get too much rain and I’d love to go if it’s good to firm.” William Hill reported Gleneagles to be friendless in the ante-post market, pushing him out to 100-30 from an initial 3-1. Spokesman Jon Ivan-Duke said: “There’s been plenty of money in the race, but hardly a penny for Gleneagles so far and perhaps punters are waiting to see how much rain there is at the Knavesmire.” Free Eagle, meanwhile, is increasingly likely to sidestep York and wait for the Qipco Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown. Dermot Weld’s four-year-old fought off The Grey Gatsby to make a winning start to his campaign in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot and would add further intrigue to next Wednesday’s Group One feature if he were to line up alongside Golden Horn and Gleneagles. However, the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp in October remains the primary objective for Free Eagle and connections are minded to give him just one run ahead of his trip to Paris in the Irish Champion Stakes on September 12. Fiona Craig, breeding advisor for owners Moyglare Stud, said: “I think York is probably looking less likely. I’m not sure it’s settled in stone, but he’ll probably go straight to Leopardstown. Ground conditions were described as good to firm on Wednesday afternoon but could ease with heavy rain forecast for the area on Friday, although settled weather is due from Saturday onwards. The presence of Gleneagles has set up a mouthwatering showdown with unbeaten Derby and Eclipse winner Golden Horn – but the crack miler does need a sound surface to show his very best.
Scotland are out of the Women’s World Cup after a twice taken added-time penalty gave Argentina a dramatic draw.The Scots needed to win and Kim Little turned in their opener before Jen Beattie and Erin Cuthbert netted from corners after the break.Milagros Menendez then Florencia Bonsegundo replied for Argentina.A VAR-awarded spot-kick taken by Bonsegundo was saved by Alexander but she was off her line and the striker agonisingly scored second time around.With 16 minutes to play, Shelley Kerr’s Scots were on course to be one of the four best third-placed sides going into Thursday’s final fixtures in Groups E and F but Argentina’s recovery consigned the Scots to bottom place in Group D.And Scotland captain Rachel Corsie was unhappy that referee Hyang-ok Ri allowed an Argentina free-kick to be taken while substitute Fiona Brown was coming on as a substitute, with another sub, Sophie Howard ultimately penalised for her challenge on Aldana Cometti. Source: BBC